Many people make the mistake of paying too little attention to the place they're moving out of and divert all their attention to the place they are moving into. In the end, they get surprised when they get charged with a lot of fees and when their deposit doesn't get returned.
While paying attention to your new place is all well and good, it's no excuse to leave the house or apartment you are moving out of in a mess or in disrepair. Landlords in particular, will charge you for any mess - cleaning costs and whatnot - as well as costs for any repairs that need to be done.
Leaving an apartment or house in good condition is also a courtesy you extend not only to the landlord, but to the future tenants of the home. You'd probably blow your top or be disappointed in the very least, if the new house you were so excited into moving into had a busted pipe or broken heating system, or had damaged fixtures.
It's also better to leave a home in good condition so you won't have to work about any hassles from your previous place coming into haunt you at your new home. In the same way you live a new life in your new place, you need to leave you old home or apartment so you can truly enjoy your new place of residence.
Avoiding Moving Out Mishaps
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